It visualizes the huge network of relations between cultural clusters, literary generations and collective creations of this era in a pretty cool navigation system. The map isn’t just a simple and clever solution in terms of design, it’s also about information architecture. No sliced-up timeline where facts are presented without connection here!
The sources are more than 8,000 facsimile from 1,700 authors and 30 literary magazines – we’re talking about 14,000 pages of researchable text!
How great is it to organize this kind of data organically and go beyond the linear concept of history learning and teaching?
Actually, we have some pretty good examples here. Check out how our challenge competitors visualized the history of the European Debt Crisis and the future history of Earth’s non-renewable resources. Want to try that too? Help us to visualize the past 5 years of Hollywood film industry.